Rempstone Parish Council is always pleased to hear from members of the public regarding matters within its control. As a very small council supported by a part time clerk we cannot always answer queries and besides an acknowledgement, some matters may require raising at a Parish Council Meeting before a response can be given; thus a full reply might take up to 8 weeks

Parish Clerk:

Mrs Rebecca Hague, C/O 49 Main Street, Rempstone, Loughborough, Leicestershire, LE12 6RH

Telephone number: 07795 246923

E mail:


Mr Roland Gower, Top Farm, Wymeswold Road, Rempstone  LE12 6RN

Tel: 01509 880257


Population 335.

Acreage 1587.

Rempstone has 7 Parish Councillors


Councillor Code of Conduct and Standing Orders


Declarations of Interests and Register of Member Interests can be viewed here by clicking on individual Councillors:



Meet the Councillors:


Roland Gower



Roland has lived in Rempstone since 1996. He is a Trustee of the Village Hall and a keen musician. Roland chaired the Rempstone Support Group during the COVID crisis and was elected Chair of the Parish Council in May 2021
Now retired he used to manage projects in commerce, industry and government, both in the UK and internationally. His current preoccupations are grandchildren, guitars, and gardening - not necessarily in that order.
Roland says “We came to Rempstone to raise our family in a village community. Now that the family has grown, and I have retired from commercial life, I have joined the Parish Council to contribute back to that community”.


Wilf Pearson


 Wilf has lived in Rempstone for nearly eight years and has been been a Parish Councillor for five years. Married to Ann he has two grown-up children and a small white dog who is well known around the village.
Most of Wilf's working life has been spent with British Steel in its various guises, retiring in 2010.  He currently works part-time for Hillarys Blinds but says he will retire properly at some point.......







Joseph Santoro















Thomas Beeby



Tom has lived in the village for over 30 years on his family's farm.  He is now the fourth generation to run the farm, whihc he does with his wife Jessie.  The have two young daughters.


Alongside farming, Tom is also a conservation carpenter, in 2010he completed the society for the protection of Ancient Buildings William Morris Craft Fellowship.




Michael Hunter








Michael has been a Rempstone resident for more than 35years. Married, with two daughters and three grandchildren he is is often seen out and about in the village walking his dog.  A member of the Village Hall committee he helps with the organisation of many events throughout the year.



Yvonne Gardner



Josephine Nixon (known as Emma)

Emma has lived in Rempstone for 18 years and her second son was born here.  Currently working in Keyworth, she often walks her dog Otto around the village